Peter Obi Breaks Silence on His Manifesto

I have not released my manifesto – Peter Obi

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: I have not released my manifesto

Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the , has distanced himself from the alleged manifesto of his campaign that has been making the rounds online.

A manifesto that many people believe to be Obi’s has made its way into the public space, and critics are welcoming it with open arms.

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However, Obi stated that the document making rounds was only a draught of the manifesto, and the final, certified copy will be distributed at the appropriate time.

He issued a plea to the general people to dismiss the rumour that was circulating on the internet.

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He said the following on : “We have not publicly launched our Manifesto. It will be handled by me directly.

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It appears that an earlier draught copy that is currently being reviewed has been made available to the general public. Please disregard what is being discussed until I have the chance to distribute the final version that has been approved. -PO.”

Meanwhile, there are controversies rocking the propose of the .

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The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has commended the Governor for his initiative and given him his full support for the naira re-design while the Minister of finance has outrightly rejected the proposal.

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Calling for it’s neglect as it’s coming at a wrong time when the naira value seems to be dwindling at a very fast rate.

She also added that the CBN Governor did not carry her ministry along in the naira re-design move.

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